‘Unity’ will be the buzzword for EU’s 60th birthday
After Poland’s row, EU leaders increase resolve to push messages of unity in preparation for the European Union’s 60th anniversary
'No comment' on EU long-detention proposal
The Council of Europe has warned leaders that a Commission’s proposal to extend and prolong migrant detention ‘leads to the violation of human rights’
Malta used for aggressive tax planning, European Commission says in 2017 report

EC says Malta has taken steps to address unfair tax rules, says island is now presiding over €900 million gaming industry, but housing prices may fall out...

EC says Malta has taken steps to address unfair tax rules,...

Corporate tax avoidance: Maltese Presidency secures Council’s thumbs up on hybrid mismatches

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna: ‘The compromise text strikes the right balance between different views… we will now have a complete system of...

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna: ‘The compromise...

Fighting organised crime ‘holds no borders’, Abela tells EU police officers

Home affair minister Carmelo Abela addresses Euromed Police IV, emphasises importance of sharing of information between Mediterranean countries

Home affair minister Carmelo Abela addresses...

Brexit is ‘irrevocable’ once triggered, UK minister says

Justice Secretary Liz Truss says Britain’s exit from the European Union...

Justice Secretary Liz Truss says Britain’s exit from...

Lone dissenter Alfred Sant votes against EU-Canada deal... and against party line

Labour Party MEP Alfred Sant says that trade agreements with Canada and the US serve mostly to further strengthen the big corporations who dominate the planet

Labour Party MEP Alfred Sant says that trade agreements...

[WATCH] ‘Whole world benefits from a strong EU’ – Trudeau

'You are a vital player in addressing the challenges that we collectively...

'You are a vital player in addressing the challenges...

[WATCH] Trudeau hails EU-Canada deal ‘an unprecedented model for peaceful cooperation’

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has hailed the EU-Canada deal that was approved yesterday, saying Canada and the EU shared a belief in...

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has hailed...

European parliament backs free trade deal with Canada

The European Parliament has approved a landmark free trade deal with Canada

The European Parliament has approved a landmark free trade...

Britain unlikely to trigger Article 50 at March EU summit, Brexit secretary indicates

Brexit secretary David Davis has indicated the UK is unlikely to trigger Article 50 and kick-start the formal Brexit negotiations at the European...

Brexit secretary David Davis has indicated the...

Agreement reached to involve consumers in financial services policymaking

Council representatives and the European Parliament reach agreement on a programme to promote the involvement of consumers in policymaking in financial services

Council representatives and the European Parliament reach...

Britons living in the EU face Brexit backlash, leaked paper warns

Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to offer a secure future for EU...

Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to offer a...

Human rights cost of Turkey deal 'too high' to be replicated elsewhere, Amnesty warns

The human rights NGO has said the deal has left thousands in squalid and dangerous living conditions and should not be replicated 

The human rights NGO has said the deal has left...

BirdLife Europe: ‘Malta making a mockery of Birds Directive derogation’

‘Finch trapping season is not in line with the Birds Directive and Malta is making a mockery of the terms of their accession treaty,’ BirdLife...

‘Finch trapping season is not in line with the Birds...

Government ignored AG advice against opening trapping season

Government decided to open finch trapping season despite being told that Malta...

Government decided to open finch trapping season despite...

Juncker will not seek second term as European Commission President

Jean-Claude Juncker confirms he will not seek a second mandate, warns that...

Jean-Claude Juncker confirms he will not seek a second...

Greece says bailout deal, Juncker warns it is ‘on shaky ground’

'The review will be completed and it will be completed positively' -...

'The review will be completed and it will be completed...

Brexit Bill passes through Commons without amendments as MPs back Theresa May's plan

The Bill on the UK's exit from the EU was cleared the Commons with no changes, putting Theresa May on course to trigger Article 50 by her target...

The Bill on the UK's exit from the EU was cleared the...

‘Europe will not close its doors’, Mogherini says building walls not the European way

The European Commission’s Vice-President says the European approach is more just and more successful

The European Commission’s Vice-President says the...

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